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Haunted house set
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Haunted house set

Mister Maker and several kids make a haunted house set. Also shows how to make a paper ghost.

Mister Maker and several kids make a haunted house set. Also shows how to make a paper ghost.

Football stadium set
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Football stadium set

Mister Maker and several kids make a football stadium set featuring a goal, a crowd of people, and trophies. Also shows how to make a mini trophy.

Mister Maker and several kids make a football stadium set featuring a goal, a crowd of people, and trophies. Also shows how to make a mini trophy.

Bowling alley set
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Bowling alley set

Mister Maker and several kids make a giant bowling alley set and show how to make mini skittles for a mini bowling game.

Mister Maker and several kids make a giant bowling alley set and show how to make mini skittles for a mini bowling game.

A seal show at the zoo
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A seal show at the zoo

Clip from Play School
Join a family on a trip to the zoo to see the seals swimming, leaping, splashing, and balancing a ball, and learn some of the different parts of the animal.

Join a family on a trip to the zoo to see the seals swimming, leaping, splashing, and balancing a ball, and learn some of the different parts of the animal.

Why do things change when they grow up?
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Why do things change when they grow up?

We all have to grow up and change, but it's all part of life and can be fun and interesting when we watch all the changes that happen to ourselves and our friends.

We all have to grow up and change, but it's all part of life and can be fun and interesting when we watch all the changes that happen to ourselves and our friends.

Touch, tickles and temperature
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Touch, tickles and temperature

Nina gets help from her neuron friends to find out why we get ticklish and how we can sense hot and cold by touch.

Nina gets help from her neuron friends to find out why we get ticklish and how we can sense hot and cold by touch.

Why is exercise good for us?
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Why is exercise good for us?

We found out how exercise helps our blood flow around our bodies and keeps our muscles and lungs strong and healthy.

We found out how exercise helps our blood flow around our bodies and keeps our muscles and lungs strong and healthy.

Why do we have a brain?
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Why do we have a brain?

Nina shows us where are brains are located, why they are important and all the special things each part of the brain can do.

Nina shows us where are brains are located, why they are important and all the special things each part of the brain can do.

Friends playing in the park
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Friends playing in the park

Clip from Play School
We meet two sets of twins who are friends while they are playing in the park. They describe their similarities and differences.

We meet two sets of twins who are friends while they are playing in the park. They describe their similarities and differences.

Cake decorating
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Cake decorating

Clip from Play School
A look through the windows at cake decorating and displaying.

A look through the windows at cake decorating and displaying.

Minibeast habitat
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Minibeast habitat

Clip from Play School
Play School has its very own habitat with lots of minibeasts including a stick insect, worms and snails.

Play School has its very own habitat with lots of minibeasts including a stick insect, worms and snails.

Time to cook a pizza!
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Time to cook a pizza!

Ted learns that following the directions on how to cook a pizza is important because temperature and time matter.

Ted learns that following the directions on how to cook a pizza is important because temperature and time matter.

Directions to the beach
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Directions to the beach

Titch gives Ted directions to the beach and Ted learns the difference between left and right.

Titch gives Ted directions to the beach and Ted learns the difference between left and right.

What day is it today?
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What day is it today?

Ted learns what day it is when Titch helps him count the days on the calendar.

Ted learns what day it is when Titch helps him count the days on the calendar.

Old toy glitter badges
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Old toy glitter badges

Mister Maker makes a glitter badge using an old toy, glue, and glitter in a minute in front of a crowd of Australians.

Mister Maker makes a glitter badge using an old toy, glue, and glitter in a minute in front of a crowd of Australians.

Shapes at the beach
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Shapes at the beach

Titch gets unplanned geometry lessons from Ted as they spend a day at the beach.

Titch gets unplanned geometry lessons from Ted as they spend a day at the beach.

Colourful fruit prints
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Colourful fruit prints

Mister Maker and a girl in the UK make painted fruit prints using real fruit.

Mister Maker and a girl in the UK make painted fruit prints using real fruit.

Aliens Love Underpants read by Julie Payette
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Aliens Love Underpants read by Julie Payette

Clip from Bookaboo
Canadian astronaut, Julie Payette, visits Bookaboo to read the story, Aliens Love Underpants by Claire Freedman and Ben Cort.

Canadian astronaut, Julie Payette, visits Bookaboo to read the story, Aliens Love Underpants by Claire Freedman and Ben Cort.

Sleeping your life away
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Sleeping your life away

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison tells the story of Rip Van Winkle and explains why and how long lions sleep every day.

Harrison tells the story of Rip Van Winkle and explains why and how long lions sleep every day.

Bugs you can't even see
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Bugs you can't even see

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison looks at an 'eyelash mite' through a microscope to show an example of a bug that can't be seen by the naked eye.

Harrison looks at an 'eyelash mite' through a microscope to show an example of a bug that can't be seen by the naked eye.

Why are spider webs so strong?
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Why are spider webs so strong?

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison explains how spiders make webs and why they are so strong.

Harrison explains how spiders make webs and why they are so strong.

The shape of boats
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The shape of boats

Clip from Take On Technology
A quick look at how boats shaped in different ways move through the water.

A quick look at how boats shaped in different ways move through the water.

All about dreams
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All about dreams

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison gives a strategy for turning nightmares into dreams with silly endings and he talks to kids about their weirdest dreams.

Harrison gives a strategy for turning nightmares into dreams with silly endings and he talks to kids about their weirdest dreams.

The Gruffalo
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The Gruffalo

Clip from The Gruffalo
A mouse uses his brain to outsmart his predators and learns there really is a Gruffalo.

A mouse uses his brain to outsmart his predators and learns there really is a Gruffalo.

Flynn and Dudley's sound effect story
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Flynn and Dudley's sound effect story

Clip from Take On Technology
Flynn and Dudley tell a story while using a variety of materials to create sound effects.

Flynn and Dudley tell a story while using a variety of materials to create sound effects.

The last living descendants of dinosaurs
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The last living descendants of dinosaurs

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison gets the dinosaur he's been waiting for, but it's not exactly what he expected.

Harrison gets the dinosaur he's been waiting for, but it's not exactly what he expected.

The size of an animal matters
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The size of an animal matters

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison learns why some animals are specifically bred for certain purposes.

Harrison learns why some animals are specifically bred for certain purposes.

Small animals can be scary!
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Small animals can be scary!

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison explains why some people are more scared of little animals than big ones.

Harrison explains why some people are more scared of little animals than big ones.

Harrison gets his teeth cleaned
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Harrison gets his teeth cleaned

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison visits the dentist and gets his teeth cleaned.

Harrison visits the dentist and gets his teeth cleaned.

How to stop avocados bruising
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How to stop avocados bruising

Clip from Scope
Avocados are delicious, which makes it even more disappointing when they get bruised! Luckily for us, Professor Daryl Joyce and Dr Melinda Perkins from The University of ...

Avocados are delicious, which makes it even more disappointing when they get bruised! Luckily for us, Professor Daryl Joyce and Dr Melinda Perkins from The University of Queensland are working to make this predicament a thing of the past.

Making sound effects
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Making sound effects

Clip from Take On Technology
Learn how various household items can be used to make sound effects. Guess the animal by didgeridoo sounds.

Learn how various household items can be used to make sound effects. Guess the animal by didgeridoo sounds.

What teeth would you choose?
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What teeth would you choose?

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison asks some kids what kind of animal teeth they would have if they could choose.

Harrison asks some kids what kind of animal teeth they would have if they could choose.

How long can fingernails grow?
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How long can fingernails grow?

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison explains what happens if you don't clip your fingernails.

Harrison explains what happens if you don't clip your fingernails.

What makes an animal big or small?
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What makes an animal big or small?

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison speaks with an evolutionary scientist about why some animals grow to be big and some stay small.

Harrison speaks with an evolutionary scientist about why some animals grow to be big and some stay small.

Match the baby to its parent
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Match the baby to its parent

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Two children compete to match the picture of a baby animal to its parent.

Two children compete to match the picture of a baby animal to its parent.

The social life of lizards
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The social life of lizards

Clip from Scope
Most lizards live solitary lives. But as Associate Professor Mike Gardener explains gidgee skinks prefer the company of others.

Most lizards live solitary lives. But as Associate Professor Mike Gardener explains gidgee skinks prefer the company of others.

How plants support all life on earth
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How plants support all life on earth

Clip from Scope
A look back in time to find out how plants have been essential to the development of all life on the planet

A look back in time to find out how plants have been essential to the development of all life on the planet

Melbourne tram network
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Melbourne tram network

Clip from Scope
With over 500 km of track and more than 400 trams, Melbourne's tram network is one of the largest in the world! But, as Leigh Camilleri and Laurent Herisson from Bombardier ...

With over 500 km of track and more than 400 trams, Melbourne's tram network is one of the largest in the world! But, as Leigh Camilleri and Laurent Herisson from Bombardier Transport explain, it all starts in the factory where they're built!

Eating healthy can make you grow taller
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Eating healthy can make you grow taller

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison explains why people are taller today than they were 100 years ago.

Harrison explains why people are taller today than they were 100 years ago.

Making musical instruments
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Making musical instruments

Clip from Take On Technology
Children design and build their own musical instruments out of recyclable materials.

Children design and build their own musical instruments out of recyclable materials.

Musical instruments and how they work
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Musical instruments and how they work

Clip from Take On Technology
An overview of the different types of musical instruments and how they work.

An overview of the different types of musical instruments and how they work.

Fighting new suberbugs
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Fighting new suberbugs

Clip from Scope
Join molecular biologist Dr Angie Jarrad from the University of Queensland as she hunts for an antibiotic superhero to fight a new generation of superbugs!

Join molecular biologist Dr Angie Jarrad from the University of Queensland as she hunts for an antibiotic superhero to fight a new generation of superbugs!

The sound of changing oceans
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The sound of changing oceans

Clip from Scope
Oceans aren't as silent as you might think, they're filled with a whole host of marine murmurings! But that might soon change. Associate Professor Ivan Nagelkerken and ...

Oceans aren't as silent as you might think, they're filled with a whole host of marine murmurings! But that might soon change. Associate Professor Ivan Nagelkerken and Professor Sean Connell from the University of Adelaide are studying what affect pollution has on these nautical noises.

New skin
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New skin

Clip from Scope
When someone bruises their skin, a process that includes blood cells and protein form a new layer of skin. During this process several effects occur.

When someone bruises their skin, a process that includes blood cells and protein form a new layer of skin. During this process several effects occur.

Headband ears
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Headband ears

Mister Maker makes a pair of headband ears out of fun foam and a headband.

Mister Maker makes a pair of headband ears out of fun foam and a headband.

The yellow teeth rap
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The yellow teeth rap

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison explains why teeth get yellow and how to remove plaque using brushing and flossing.

Harrison explains why teeth get yellow and how to remove plaque using brushing and flossing.

Losing baby teeth
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Losing baby teeth

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison's dentist explains why and how people lose their baby teeth.

Harrison's dentist explains why and how people lose their baby teeth.

The sleep habits of different animals
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The sleep habits of different animals

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison learns from a marine expert how fish, whales, and otters sleep, then explains how other animals sleep as well.

Harrison learns from a marine expert how fish, whales, and otters sleep, then explains how other animals sleep as well.

Why does grandpa snore?
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Why does grandpa snore?

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison explains why his grandfather (and other people) snore.

Harrison explains why his grandfather (and other people) snore.

Sometimes, it's better to be small
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Sometimes, it's better to be small

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison challenges two girls to eat as much as they can and shows why they pick the big stuff to eat and not the small.

Harrison challenges two girls to eat as much as they can and shows why they pick the big stuff to eat and not the small.

The biggest and smallest animals to ever live
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The biggest and smallest animals to ever live

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison learns what the biggest and smallest animals are that have ever been on Earth.

Harrison learns what the biggest and smallest animals are that have ever been on Earth.

Intimidation techniques
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Intimidation techniques

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison explains why some animals try to make themselves look bigger than they really are.

Harrison explains why some animals try to make themselves look bigger than they really are.

A compression experiment
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A compression experiment

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison shows why arches are a good choice for structures by having kids perform an experiment.

Harrison shows why arches are a good choice for structures by having kids perform an experiment.

Cavities and the structure of a tooth
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Cavities and the structure of a tooth

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison's dentist explains how cavities are formed and what to do to prevent them.

Harrison's dentist explains how cavities are formed and what to do to prevent them.

Sound effects and musical instruments
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Sound effects and musical instruments

Clip from Take On Technology
Several children use musical instruments and computers to make sound effects for a play.

Several children use musical instruments and computers to make sound effects for a play.

Handmade percussion instruments
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Handmade percussion instruments

Clip from Take On Technology
Jerome demonstrates his handmade percussion instruments and the sounds they make

Jerome demonstrates his handmade percussion instruments and the sounds they make

DIY paper mache
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DIY paper mache

Clip from Scope
Join junior scientist Michelle as she explores the science behind papier mache while creating her very own pinata.

Join junior scientist Michelle as she explores the science behind papier mache while creating her very own pinata.

DIY science: articulated hand
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DIY science: articulated hand

Clip from Scope
Join junior scientists Alice and Claire as they explore the inner workings of the human hand by creating their very own articulated model!

Join junior scientists Alice and Claire as they explore the inner workings of the human hand by creating their very own articulated model!

How the skin works as a barrier
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How the skin works as a barrier

Clip from Scope
It's the human body's largest organ, it's totally waterproof and it keeps your insides in. Yep, our skin is pretty amazing! Dr Amy Holmes from the University of South ...

It's the human body's largest organ, it's totally waterproof and it keeps your insides in. Yep, our skin is pretty amazing! Dr Amy Holmes from the University of South Australia is studying how this brilliant biological barrier is able to keep out unwanted chemicals!

Tracking dingos in the outback
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Tracking dingos in the outback

Clip from Scope
Dingos are one of Australia's most iconic native species, but what they get up to when we're not around still remains a mystery. That is until now! Jack Tatler from the ...

Dingos are one of Australia's most iconic native species, but what they get up to when we're not around still remains a mystery. That is until now! Jack Tatler from the University of Adelaide has been using specialised collars to learn all about the secret lives of dingos!

Marvellous marble creature
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Marvellous marble creature

Mister Maker makes a marble creature out of half a plastic egg, a marble, stickers, paper, and glue.

Mister Maker makes a marble creature out of half a plastic egg, a marble, stickers, paper, and glue.

A treehouse in the forest
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A treehouse in the forest

Clip from Finding Stuff Out
Harrison meets a man who builds round treehouses in a forest and uses tension to keep them from falling out of the trees.

Harrison meets a man who builds round treehouses in a forest and uses tension to keep them from falling out of the trees.

Natural history, evolution and human impacts
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Natural history, evolution and human impacts

Clip from Ice Age
Diego suggests a shortcut. Locked in a cave, they pass fossils from the Palaeocene, Miocene and some of the earliest organisms, even some objects from science fiction. When ...

Diego suggests a shortcut. Locked in a cave, they pass fossils from the Palaeocene, Miocene and some of the earliest organisms, even some objects from science fiction. When Roshan slips down a tunnel, they are forced to follow. The scene resembles contemporary human activities, such as luging and theme parks. After they recover the child, Manny, Sid and Diego discover a cave full of paintings and learn a little more about how Manny lost his family to human hunters.

Actions, reactions and the great migration
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Actions, reactions and the great migration

Clip from Ice Age
As all the animals migrate south to avoid the colder weather, Manny the lonely Mammoth heads against the current. Sid the giant sloth, who slept through the start of the great ...

As all the animals migrate south to avoid the colder weather, Manny the lonely Mammoth heads against the current. Sid the giant sloth, who slept through the start of the great migration, gets himself in trouble with two shovel-nosed rhinos. In an attempt to escape the angry rhinos, Sid hides behind Manny, who becomes his unlikely hero. Meanwhile, a family of Neanderthals celebrate a new child as a pack of Sabre-toothed tigers watch on, plotting their revenge.

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